If you love ‘To All The Boys’ 2D café scene, then you’ll fall for this QC milk tea shop

Published February 16, 2021, 5:31 PM

by John Legaspi

Their milk teas are worth visiting, too!

Lara Jean and her sister Kitty in Greem Cafe (Photo from Netflix) and Kurimi Milk Tea Bar façade in Crowne One Condominium (Photo from @kurimimilkteabar)

By now, you’ve probably seen the closing chapter of Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky’s love story in the movie “To All The Boys: Always and Forever.” But before the two said their farewells to us as they moved to college, we were first given a glimpse of Seoul.

Apart from their time in Myeongdong Shopping District and the love site in Seoul Tower, one of the lovely places the Covey sisters visited is the 2D designed coffee shop Greem Cafe. Now, if you’re like us who are gushing over the aesthetic of the place, then this local brand’s coffee shop in Quezon City hits the right spot.

Kurimi Milk Tea Bar has a series of quirky 2D designed cafés that look straight out of Korea. The brand’s black and white stores, strategically placed all over Quezon City, feature the artworks of Ralph Pangilinan. The 2D theme is painted all over the place, from the drawn cityscape, planters, and motifs down to the café’s furniture.

Interior of the brand’s shop in Tomas Morato

Not only is the stores’ Instagram-worthy aspect the reason to drop by, its brewed drinks are also coming for. With ingredients sourced directly from Taiwan, the store guarantees a serving of authentic milk tea that goes well with its interior. Starting at P90 with its signature Kurimi Milk Tea, you’ll surely have your fill at this joint.

Imbibe the artsy vibe and enjoy the brand’s product at its Quezon City stores at Scout Limbaga in Sacred Heart, Commonwealth, Crowne One Condominium in Katipunan, and SM North EDSA.

Images from @kurimimilkteabar

 
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